The Western North Carolina Archery Circuit
The Western North Carolina Archery Circuit is composed of five archery clubs, three in North Carolina and two in South Carolina. Each club hosts two "Circuit Shoots" each year. In order for an archer to compete for a circuit award, he or she must shoot in at least one of the designated circuit shoots at each of the five clubs. An archer's combined scores from the five clubs (if an archer shoots at both circuit shoots at one club, the highest score counts) establishes his or her place in the circuit.
Circuit shoots are always held on weekends, beginning Saturday mornings and ending mid-afternoon on Sunday. Each club provides trophies for the top finishers in each class. Lunches and drinks are always available for purchase on site. Safety and good sportsmanship are emphasized, and these shoots are always a wonderful opportunity for the entire family to enjoy the sport of archery. Profanity, alcohol, and unsafe behavior is not tolerated on the property of any club, and violators will be asked to leave.
At the end of the season, a Circuit Championship (awards, picnic and shoot) will be held by one of the member clubs, during which trophies will be awarded to the top finishers in each class
The links below lead to some of the most
important circuit information for this season. Complete details about the Western North
Carolina Archery Circuit, including maps to the clubs, complete rules,
advertisements from many fine sponsors, and a personal score log can be found in
the "circuit book", which can be picked up free in many area
sporting goods / archery shops. Contact one of the circuit officers for more
WNCAC Member Clubs